Jellyfish Lake is a marine lake located on Eil Malk island in Palau. The lake is connected to the sea via three tunnels that lie near the surface. The tunnels channel tidal water in and out of the lake. The millions of golden jellyfish found in the lake, which represent a unique subspecies of Mastigias papua etpisoni jellies. spend much of their lives on the move during a daily migration that follows the sun’s arc across the sky. Jellyfish Lake is one of the best places in the world to enjoy the experience of swimming among a sea of jellies.
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Missing my ocean buds, BUT! Yesterday I was down scrubbing the giant hull of our ship, hacking away at some barnacles, when suddenly, mid- hack, I spotted something glorious and stopped. …. FROGFISH! A fricken Frogfish living on the hull of our boat. He was a tiny fella, ( I'm assuming Antennarius pictus). This whole time I've been in Palau, I've been looking for Frogfish with no success, and there's one living right on our home! 🥰 It's the small things in times like these that matter most. I hope everyone is able to find their metaphorical Frogfish in each day. 💚